As part of the Oregon Active Transportation Summit, NACTO will hold an all-day training on its Urban Bikeway Design Guide conducted by practitioners working in Portland and nationally to promote and refine best practice bikeway designs. This will be the fourth consecutive year in which this popular training is being offered as part of the Active Transportation Summit. It will cover design standards for Bike Lanes, Cycle Tracks, Crossing Treatments, Bike Boxes, Markings/Legends/Signs, and Bicycle Boulevards. The training will provide six professional development hours for ITE and for AICP credits. Course has been reviewed and approved by the Oregon Chapter of ASLA for 6.0 Health, Safety and Welfare PDH for Oregon Registered Landscape Architects.